All Demolition & Recycling Articles

World Green Building Council to speak at KHL event
WGBC’s director of Advancing Net Zero will discuss pioneering project at sustainability summit on September 13
What can visitors expect at Bauma 2022?
World’s largest trade show returns later this year
Wacker Neuson and John Deere sign excavator agreement
Two OEMs will cooperate in sub-10 tonne excavator sizes, mainly for North America
Caterpillar to move HQ to Texas
Company to leave current location in suburban Chicago
Averda appoints its first sustainability chief
Internationally renowned circular economy expert to help customers achieve Net Zero
Mecalac launches three swing loaders
New compact wheeled loaders bring Mecalac’s AS-Series equipment range up to seven models
CNH Industrial not to participate in Bauma 2022
CNH Industrial said decision was response to changes in customer behaviour during the pandemic
How are materials passports changing construction?
KHL writer Lucy Barnard analyses the use of materials passports in construction
The future of German infrastructure
Government prioritises infrastructure projects and a climate-neutral construction sector
Caterpillar launches three Next Gen loaders
Stage V Cat 906, 907 and 908 compact models fitted with new C2.8 engine
Demolition or refurbishment?
Increasing numbers of politicians and architects are favouring reused buildings over demolition
McCloskey expands offering in India
Specialist manufacturer to show four crushing and screening models at Excon exhibition  
Caterpillar commits to reducing emissions
Report outlines the company’s future plans for sustainability
New Case mini range includes electrics
Two electric models in range will be available in early 2023
Rise of autonomy to be seen at Bauma
Organisers anticipate the unveiling of more ‘intelligent’ construction equipment during October’s Munich exhibition
North America strong for Caterpillar
First quarter saw high revenue growth in North American construction and resource industries
Sennebogen set for electric material handlers ‘world premiere’
Battery-operated machines to be presented at IFAT trade show in Germany from 30 May
Launch of electric construction equipment accelerates in 2022
Almost half of new construction products launched this year have been electric
Are electric demolition robots making jobsites safer?
Demolition is difficult, dirty, dangerous work but it is also necessary work. How best to keep workers safe in a demolition environment? Remove them from that environment. ConExpo-Con/Agg writes
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